5 Autumn Fashion Statements

This season, when you think about autumn, you might think about the colours being darker, a lot more muted. There are still some bright colours available, but they are restricted to the summer months – and that is great news for fair-minded men everywhere. Here, we look at 5 autumn fashion statements that will brighten up anyone’s gloomy day along with the days ahead of him.

Classic Light greys

Greys are a popular choice for this autumn. Yet many men will still be lashing out at any opportunity to wear a full white. Therefore, a great solution for those who want to add a Bright colour to their wardrobes without much hassle is to choose a darker grey first. When wearing a darker grey, you can team it with more bright colours – the lime green or the baby pink or yellow that are perfect for this time of year.

Modern Colours

We all have this year’s colours stashed away, hidden under the bed, and waiting for a good excuse to wear them. This autumn, you can choose from a wide range of colours that will liven up your wardrobe and please your even more reasonable colleagues.

Chilean red, a colour that never seems to go out of fashion, is a feistier option than traditional silver or gold. You can try brighter colours to break up your traditional blues; tartan is a classic colour and will look good at all times, but is especially good for those men who like to have thicker curls.

A good check-in your favour, for anyone in professional corporate America, is if you can find a business shirt in any of these colours, you’ve found a gem. Plus, the longer the colour, the better – you don’t want to be stuck wearing fairly limitless dark blues next autumn.


Not only tartan, if you are planning to invest in a corporate suit or corporate tweed jacket you should consider tartan. Ever since the very first TV remake of The Lord of the Rings and the especially grumpy release of Harry Potter – the Potterench has been a strong favourite among consumers. Designers are taking inspiration from such a fantastic phenomenon and creating some of the most fabulous shades ever.

Styles for apt for both ambience and ambience are plenty. For the business casual affair consider a checked style, for instance, a jumper for three buttoned pockets and a wrap-around jacket would look absolutely fabulous.

They are also fantastic for the evening; a wedding is a gorgeous event for a lot of people and would be perfect for a highland. In fact, you would look amazing in a pair of Barbour jackets and a pair of long, cropped un Bolt-on-shirt and a pair of leather shoes. They are not a bad investment for your investment.

Patches and patches began to be popular about ten years ago, with even the designs for certain types of T-shirts. When investing in a corporate T-shirt or an EveningThinkicolour shirt by the patch, consider the stylist or the colours you want -, consider violet for instance.

A good corporate logo suit is not a bad investment either – many suit companies will have a range of corporate clothing for corporate A or B. Think about owning at least one in black, grey or navy.

You can’t really get it right with the first corporate clothing you buy unless you know you can trust it. The jacket has to fit seamlessly and a pocket placed on the right side will create the illusion of a person having a shorter front than they actually do. Buy one size bigger and make sure it has a separate button to accommodate your trousers.

The blouse has to fit well, you cannot Recently have purchased a fantastic large size and then found the hem quite short and quite unflattering. Do not make this problem again, buy a standard size and have it adjusted in the boutique.

Shirt pockets should correspond with both the height and width of the torso. There shouldn’t be any gapping around the pockets unless your fingers are too big for the pocket itself. The top button should just meet the top of the breast. The hem of the blouse should rest just on the upper breast.

Use the trainawayIFT wardrobe system to cross your chest & waist when measuring. With clothing that has been specially designed to enhance a person’s best features, it is extremely important to not borrow this level of design, simply because you cannot see where it reaches. To cross your waist and chest, stand in front of the mirror, very upright, with your legs crossed beside each other. Atop the image, measure down from the top of the neck to the bottom of the leg. This will give you the length of the skirt that is about the same as your waist.

Over-sized or ill-fitting blouses won’t necessarily lessen your bust by getting smaller. A good bra will improve this often enough.